Copyright 2019 WildLand Limited. Registered in Scotland: SC419245
1st Floor. 2 Granish Way. Dalfaber Drive. Aviemore PH22 1UQ
Lundies House. Tongue. Lairg. Sutherland. IV27 4XF Scotland.
+44 15 40 66 16 19
Lundies House is part of WildLand Limited that offers you a portfolio of extraordinary and unforgettable getaways.
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Prepare to be moved, touched and inspired
Lundies House will be appreciated by many creative people and anyone interested in art will find it well worthwhile a stopover to enjoy the contemporary pieces of art which are scattered around the property. A mix of international artists have provided their unique talents for you to enjoy.
Cathrine Raben Davidsen, Artist
Inspired by old masterpieces from the renaissance period Cathrine tells a story with her portraits. Drawings and paintings fine lines and subtle colours tells a strong story in each piece of artwork.
Peter Bonde, Artist
Peter's art is very experimental. From his internationally acclaimed Venice Bienale entry to his contemporary and modern paintings.
Claire Basler, Artist
A delicate French woman with an incredible talent for painting flowers in almost photographic detail. Entering a room painted by Claire gives you an art 3D feeling because of the interaction between the artwork, the nature outside and plants in the room.
Trine Søndergaard, Visual Artist
Trine´s work is based on stunning photographs which in its detail and motive reminds you of the old masters of "still-leben".
Katerina Jebb Jepp, Artist
An artist working in several mediums.Her output can be video, installation, photomontage or photocopy.
Dividing her time between art and commerce her fantastic art can be seen in museums as well as magazines and advertising.
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